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Apple unveils 5G iPhone SE to peel away Android users

New Mac Studio and iPad Air show transition from Intel processors near complete

The 5G iPhone SE will look like a refreshed version of the iPhone 8 and have a 4.7-inch display with a home button. (Photo courtesy of Apple)

PALO ALTO, U.S. -- Apple revealed a new 5G budget iPhone at the company's first launch event of the year on Tuesday, seeking to win over market share from lower-cost Android phones.

Livestreaming from Apple Park in California, the latest iPhone SE was one several new products at the company's spring event. The U.S. tech giant also introduced a new iPad Air and an upgraded Mac desktop, as well as the latest Apple M1 Ultra chip.

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